Within our 3 weeks clinical exposure at San Pedro Hospital at St. Luke’s Ward, we, the proponents of San Pedro College, BSN 3E, group3, subgroup2, will be able to present a comprehensive nursing case analysis regarding the case of our patient who have a Bronchopneumonia in which we can gain more knowledge to understand further our clients condition. In order to achieve the general objective stipulated above, this case analysis aims to: a. Present a rationale discussing the rotation, patient’s medical status, statistics which include the international, national and local statistics about the case and its nursing implications; b. assess patient in a cephalocaudal manner;
c. obtain factual information regarding patient’s data base including the biographical data, clinical data, family health history, past health history, and history of present illness; d. construct a family genogram to trace the family history that will show us the health status, hereditary diseases, and the present condition of the client and his family ; e. site at least 2 definitions of the diagnosis from the book and 1 from the internet source f. discuss the specific medical management including drug studies and diagnostics according to the condition of the patient; g. explain the related nursing theory that can apply to the situation of the patient; h. formulate one (1) nursing care plan applicable to the patient; i. compose a comprehensive discharged plan following METHOD. j. list all sources and references used in the making of this case study.
Oxygenation concept covers the study of different concepts on oxygenation and the nursing care for clients having problems and alterations from the normal process of oxygenation. Oxygenation is the dynamic interaction of gases in the body for the purpose of delivering adequate oxygen essential for cellular. The systems involved in this concept are the respiratory, cardiovascular and hematologic systems. This concept functions to support the different clients in the clinical setting by providing nursing care, providing health teachings, and helping them restore their body’s normal functioning. The group has been clinically exposed in St. Luke’s Ward were we encountered our client N.A , a 6 year old female who was admitted due to fever under the service of Dr. R. Mata on Room 443-2 who has Bronchopneumonia. The group then decided to make him our main subject in our case analysis for the reason that his condition was perfectly related to our oxygenation rotation and also its affected organ is the respiratory system while its affected organ is the lungs. We have chosen her as our patient for our case analysis because of our desire to gain more knowledge and understanding of the disease and the condition in which our patient is experiencing. Bronchopneumonia is an acute inflammation of the lungs and bronchioles, characterized by chills, fever, high pulse and respiratory rates, bronchial breathing, cough with purulent bloody sputum, sever chest pain, and abdominal distension. The disease is usually a result of the spread of infection from the upper to the lower respiratory tract, most common caused by the bacterium Mycoplasma pneumoniae, Staphylococcus pyogenes, or Streptococcus pneumoniae( Mosby,2010) For international statistics according to world health organization children under 5 years of age they have 613,600 cases with 2,044 number of childhood deaths in the year 2004 ( Retrieved from http://whqlibdoc.who.int/publications/2006/9280640489_eng.pdf ) While for its national statistics according to Department of health for the age 5-9 years old they got 244 cases of pneumonia for girls and 287 cases for boys with...